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Calhoun

[kal-hoon, kuh l-] /kælˈhun, kəl-/
noun
1.
John Caldwell, 1782–1850, vice president of the U.S. 1825–32.
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  • I suppose Calhoun's and the rebels' reasons are similar to me.

  • All about Calhoun men looked sick and shocked and terrified.

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  • Calhoun told her absently, as if he were thinking of something else.

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  • "There used to be a human disease called smallpox," said Calhoun.

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  • "There's never yet been a case of reverse evolution," said Calhoun.

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